The decision by the high court to quash CJ Martha Koome's directive that ought to gag lawyers involved in supreme court petitions from commenting on it has continued to spark reactions.In this regard, vocal lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi has come out to comment on the issue.
Taking to his official Twitter account,the vocal lawyer has expressed his satisfaction in the decision by the high court.He stated that the ruling was a clear indication of the CJ's erring in coming up with the directive."She was both naive and unnecessarily exuberant in trying to gag lawyers,"read the tweet in part.
Ahmednasir stated that the directive would have denied them an opportunity to educate the citizens on the proceedings in the supreme court.He added the the CJ probably had a hidden agenda in coming up with the directive."And what was CJ Koome trying to hide from Kenyans?"added the tweet.
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